Cryopak is scheduled to conduct a workshop at this year’s IQPC Cold Chain & Temperature Management Summit in Toronto
Edison, NJ – February 7, 2013 – Cryopak, leader temperature controlled package design and manufacturing, will be represented at this year’s IQPC Cold Chain & Temperature Management Summit February 25-28, 2013 in downtown Toronto. During this year’s summit, Anthony Alleva, Cryopak’s Associate Technical Director, will be leading a workshop titled, Cold Chain Packaging Design – A 360 Degree Review on how Organizational Requirements can Affect Cold Chain Packaging Design, Performance and Cost.
This workshop will focus on cold chain packaging design and how the application requirements impact the final design. This workshop is intended to promote interaction between the audience and the presenters through hands on design demonstrations. We will discuss and review issues and concerns presented to packaging provider design teams from the perspectives of quality assurance, warehousing, distribution, engineering and purchasing.
What you will learn:
What are the main application requirements that impact package design, performance, and cost
Gain a better perspective on issues and concerns of other organizational disciplines
Understand which tradeoffs to consider in deciding the best design for the application
How you will benefit:
Take advantage of other departments knowledge and information in cold chain packaging design
How to effectively utilize information (internal company knowledge) from the other sectors i.e. QA, purchasing, distribution warehousing etc. using real examples regarding what can be done with information and data provided by other sectors and how it affects packaging designs an performances
Cost benefits associated with superior collaboration between groups.
Join Anthony Alleva for his workshop on Cold Chain Packaging Design – A 360 Degree Review on how Organizational Requirements can Affect Cold Chain Packaging Design, Performance and Cost on Tuesday, February 26th for Workshop A, 8:00 am to 11:00 am.